Did You Know?
The screenplay is not a definitive stage in cinema and in film scriptwriting. If there is something that doesn't sound quite right on paper, it comes alive in practice and when the actors begin to speak; like some kind of incarnation. There's no narrative camera because of the basic structure. It's possible to improvise once we know what we're doing.
Studied Cinema in Paris III University. Passed a master about Woody Allen. Failed twice the IDHEC (FEMIS) exam. Attended film school at New York University. Worked on short films in the US from 1983-1985, first as a camera operator and then as a director ("Une, Deux, Trois Mambo" and "Jack le Menteur"). From 1985-1988, directed a number of industrial films and documentary segments for French ...